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Re: catching axis values

Hi Mulyono,

I think you need the "event" transform (@EVN -- see SHOW TRANSFORMS).

let a = sin(I/13)
plot/vlim=-1:6 a[i=1:200]
plot/over a[i=1:200@evn:0.4]
You'll note that the @EVN transform increments each time that an "event" of crossing the value 0.4 occurs.

    - steve


R Prabowo wrote:

Hai Steve and ferreters,

I have latitude-time data (40s-40N; 1-jan:31-dec). I can find the maximum/ minimum values of the data in each days (using y=40s:40n@max). Thing that I to do is to catch the latitude values every time the maximum values occur in each day.

Is any one can help me out? Thank you very much.


Mulyono R. Prabowo
School of Geography and Environmental Science
Monash University,
PO box 11A, Clayton, Victoria
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